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Royal Windsor

Royal Windsor is a premier adult lifestyle community in Collingwood

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Royal Windsor is a premier adult lifestyle community in Collingwood

Sherwood Homes recently unveiled the Royal Windsor – a five-storey condo in Collingwood’s Balmoral Village. Not only is this Collingwood’s newest condominium building, it is the epitome of an active adult lifestyle for those who are over the age of 55.

Featuring luxurious suites, convenient building amenities and a prime location in the heart of Collingwood, the Royal Windsor is the next natural step in your homeowner journey.

Suite sensations

Ranging in size from 700 to 1,750 square feet, suites feature spacious, open-concept designs with expansive balconies that provide breathtaking views of Blue Mountain and Osler Bluff Ski Club. Underground parking, with adjacent storage, is convenient and easily accessible. Entertaining is taken to the next level with access to a rooftop terrace, a lounge, and a party room.

With suites starting from the mid $300,000s, the Royal Windsor offers luxury condominiums for exceptional value – and they just might be what you’re looking for.

Creature comforts

Residents benefit from a plethora of amenities located within Balmoral Village. On your doorstep you have access to a vibrant community with its own 8,000-square-foot clubhouse, which includes fitness rooms, a pool, and even a golf simulator to help you to practice your swing. Also, as part of the community, plans are in place to build a 20,000-square-foot medical centre. All these features, and more, make the Royal Windsor a desirable, active adult living environment.

Location, location, location

Located in the heart of Collingwood, the Royal Windsor is a short distance from Blue Mountain, Collingwood Harbour and the Scandinave Spa, as well as several prominent ski clubs, and seven public and private golf courses. Access to public transportation is located right outside your door at the bus stop.

Flanked by walking and biking trails, including the Georgian and Black Ash trails, the Royal Windsor’s location enhances active living. Nature enthusiasts will enjoy more than 80 kilometres of trails within the town of Collingwood, and a short distance away is Canada’s oldest, and longest, footpath – the Bruce Trail.

A trusted builder

Established in 1994, Sherwood Homes has earned a reputation, over their 25-year history, as a builder with integrity. From bungalows and two-storey homes, to townhomes and mid-rise condominiums, the company’s notoriety for building quality homes has grown with every new neighbourhood that they create.

The principals at Sherwood Homes believe that you and your family deserve the very best. They strive to ensure that you are completely satisfied, not only with the final product, but also with the personalized service that all new home purchasers receive throughout the entire home building and buying process.

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Collingwood & Stayner, desirable destinations all year long

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Collingwood & Stayner, desirable destinations all year long

A winter wonderland in downtown Collingwood. Photography By Dave West

There aren’t many locations that can boast exceptional activities during every season of the year. The south Georgian Bay area includes Collingwood, Stayner and Wasaga Beach. Less than two hours from Toronto, you can swim, boat and fish in the summer, go hiking and biking in the fall, and experience some of Ontario’s finest skiing and winter-inspired sports. Come spring, you’ll be enchanted as the area blossoms into a magical backdrop for enjoying all that nature has to offer.

Photography (left to right) Irene Pradyszczuk; Doug Burlock; Dave West

The town of Stayner

Established in 1994, Clearview Township was the result of the amalgamation of the Town of Stayner, the Village of Creemore and the townships of Nottawasaga and Sunnidale.

Early settlement on the site of Stayner coincided with the construction of a railway line from Toronto to Collingwood between 1851 and 1855. The community of Stayner, which was originally called Nottawasaga Station, developed into a significant agricultural and lumbering centre. Stayner was incorporated as a village in 1872, and as a town in 1888.

Today, this town is developing into a community of its own identity. While easily accessible to larger centres, Stayner maintains its smalltown feel. Close by are two arenas, three baseball parks, two golf courses, as well as Devil’s Glen Provincial Park and Carruthers Memorial Conservation Area.

Stayner’s ‘Music Market & Park It’ features classic trucks and cars on display, and is a weekly celebration of food, art, live music, local and local vendors, held each year in June.

Start a new routine

The Blue Mountains, known as such, because of the ever-present eucalyptus trees whose leaves expel a fine mist of natural oils that oft-times appear as a blue mist on the horizon, are a favourite for downhill skiers. More than 40 trails are available over 364 skiable acres. Blue Mountain Village (Ontario’s largest mountain village resort) is known for its eclectic shopping and dining options.

If you are an outdoor enthusiast, try hiking, biking or cross-country skiing the 35-kilometre Georgian Trail, which offers magnificent views of Georgian Bay and Blue Mountain as it winds its way through Collingwood, and the neighbouring towns of Thornbury and Meaford.

The semi-private, Cranberry Golf Resort (now known as Living Stone Golf Resort), is the first golf course appointed to the Audubon Society certified course list. It also won the Environmental Stewardship Award. The resort includes an outdoor swimming pool, a hotel, condominium suites, restaurants and shopping.

Nature’s bounty

Inspired by South Georgian Bay’s apple-growing history, the The Apple Pie Trail brings together culinary, shopping, adventure, farms and local experiences.

Downtown Collingwood’s Farmers’ Market and Thonbury’s market both open in May. The Lowell’s and Meaford markets open in June. Get your fill of fresh vegetables, homemade crafts, freshly popped kettle corn, handcrafted signs, unique jewelry and sumptuous baked goods. Rejuvenate your weary bones at the Scandinave Spa at Blue. Soak in the relaxing baths, while taking in the panoramic views of the escarpment – the perfect prescription for spiritual and physical wellness.

Ontario’s four-season playground

Celebratory events

Christmas starts in Collingwood with the Santa Claus parade on November 16th at 5 p.m.

Come February, Collingwood Whiskylicious is extremely popular. Yearly events also include Canada Day, Peak to Shore Music Festival, Keys to Collingwood Street Piano Festival, Black Harvest Festival, Sidelaunch Days, Movies by the Bay and the Art Crawl. And, don’t forget the annual Elvis Festival.

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Georgian International

Georgian International offers remarkable communities in Barrie-Collingwood-Orillia area

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Georgian International offers remarkable communities in Barrie-Collingwood-Orillia area

Active families and retirees are heading in droves to the Barrie-Collingwood-Orillia region for its natural beauty and world-class attractions. Once here, they are delighted to discover that Georgian International, a visionary developer with strong roots in the neighbourhood offers exactly what they’re in search of; thoughtful communities that are an authentic reflection of small town Canada.

Braestone at Horseshoe Valley. Country Estate, rethought

Gas-fired lanterns. A pumpkin patch. A Christmas tree farm. A baseball diamond encircled by corn stalks à la Field of Dreams. These idyllic features complement the farmhouse-style homes that make up the Braestone estate community, one hour north of the GTA in Horseshoe Valley.

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Braestone

Developed by Georgian International, the 229 homes sit on 556 acres in the Oro-Medonte township. These ingredients, known as “remarkables,” truly capture the uniqueness of living here that appeals to prospective buyers.

Bringing a unique approach to Ontario real estate is a hallmark of the company. “What we’re doing is not what other developers are doing,” says Mike Parker, vice-president, sales and marketing for Georgian International’s Real Estate Division. “In the planning process, we came up with community features that will enhance people’s lives, that will be part of their active lifestyles.”

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Bathroom at Braestone

For example, a toboggan hill is a family-friendly add-on, and a sugar shack can teach residents about the age-old practice of tapping maple trees. “Braestone buyers are typically nature lovers and enjoy being outdoors,” Parker notes, “and that’s why we created remarkables like a skating pond, a berry patch.”

Parker adds that they regularly hold events for the community with the intention that the traditions will continue long after the development is built out. Summer corn roasts with live music, a pancake breakfast fundraiser, and family day horse drawn sleigh rides are just a few.

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Livingroom at Braestone

Besides successful sales, Braestone’s eye-catching offerings and impressive amenities are getting noticed by the industry. It was recognized as Best New Home Community of the Year in 2016 by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association, and its Discovery Centre was named 2016 Best Lowrise Homes Sales Office in Canada by the CHBA. Most recently, the “Thoroughbred” model was awarded Best Two-Storey Design up to 2,500 sq. ft. by the Ontario Homes Builders Association.

Interior flourishes make the Braestone homes visually appealing, to say the least: Floors come complete with tongue-and-groove maple or oak, and porcelain tile is found in the bathrooms, foyers and mudrooms. Master bathrooms showcase an island-style soaker tub.

Windfall at Blue Mountain

Winner of the Simcoe County Home Builders Awards’ Project Of The Year 2017. Georgian International’s popular Windfall is a 609-home community at the base of Blue Mountain that attracts buyers looking for “comfort, character, culture and community with a relaxed way of life,” says Parker.

He notes that “it’s a place where nature and neighbourhood are in perfect balance… with community trails, Georgian Bay on one side, and the Niagara Escarpment on the other the beauty of the natural landscape is simply amazing.”

Windfall
Windfall

In the heart of the community will be The Shed, a barn-inspired gathering place that will form the hub for residents to network, socialize and relax. Cold- and hot-water outdoor pools are planned to further promote relaxed living.

“The semis and detached homes differ from the look of Braestone units with more mountain-like colours and shades,” Parker remarks. But both will feature a trademark flourish for Georgian International developments: Gas-powered lanterns.

“There’s a romantic feel, an ambiance, to lanterns that is special and not done by anyone else,” Parker says.

Buyers can select from well-appointed standard features or upgrade interior design packages that coordinate interior finishes, including flooring, cabinetry, countertops, lighting and other fixtures. started moving in this spring, beginning in May.

Bridge at Windfall
Bridge at Windfall

When fully completed, the 230-unit Mountain House will consist of two-, three, and four-storey buildings. The terrace suites boast a chalet-style and complemented by a community building, a bike repair station, a sauna and relaxation room, hot and cold pools and an idyllic setting. “Like all our projects, the standard features, such as full, glass-walled showers and exterior gas lanterns, go above and beyond expectations,” says Parker.

Mountain House
Mountain House

Close to Windfall and Mountain House are the historic areas of Collingwood, Blue Mountain Resort and Wasaga Beach, as all three regions are “remarkables” onto themselves for Ontario residents. Nearby activities include boating on Georgian Bay, fishing, snowboarding, ATV trail tours, water parks, golfing, sleigh rides and guided snowshoe hikes.

Georgian International. At home in beautiful Simcoe County

Georgian International is not just carving its own path in the real estate business, which began in 1985. The diverse company’s divisions include Georgian Chevrolet Buick GMC and Air Georgian.

Georgian International has made it its mission to create communities of artfully designed architecture inspired by small town Canada, with amenities that improve peoples’ lives, giving people that sense of home ensconced among mountains, lakes, Christmas tree parks, and skating ponds.

And if that isn’t being Canadian at its most grassroots, we don’t know what is.

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For further information visit the Braestone, Windfall and Mountain House websites.


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Ashton Meadows by Briarwood Development Group

Ashton Meadows offers affordable living at its finest

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Ashton Meadows offers affordable living at its finest

Premiering soon in Stayner, is Ashton Meadows – a new perspective on affordable living. Envisioned by Briarwood Development Group, it’s what discerning new home purchasers have been looking for. Ashton Meadows is a family community of inspired designs, in a great location, while still being well-priced. This master-planned community includes parks and natural green spaces, with plans to build village amenities on site.

Lots to choose from

Currently being offered is a collection of detached homes on 45- and 50-foot lots – tastefully positioned along pedestrian-friendly streetscapes. Among the 21 models available, there are a total of 63 variations, so that you can choose exactly what you’re looking for.

Detached bungalows, bungalows with lofts and two-storey homes include up to five bedrooms on models that range up to 3,155 square feet. Exterior facades feature brick and stone, or brick and siding, in addition to two-car garages, large windows, covered porches and architectural accents.

Interiors include open-concept great rooms, and wonderful kitchen and breakfast room combinations. Many models feature formal rooms, and available options may include, media lofts, and tray or waffle ceilings, in addition to second and third bedrooms with connected bathrooms. A main-floor laundry room is accessed through the garage, and select floorplans feature walk-in closets and spacious master bedrooms with spa-inspired bathrooms. Homes at Ashton Meadows are priced from the mid $400s.

A vibrant village

A relaxing, all-encompassing way-of-life is possible at Ashton Meadows. Set in a tranquil location, but surrounded by exceptional amenities, it’s a great place to live, work and play.

The town of Stayner is a vibrant, and sustainable, community located in the beautiful township of Clearview. It offers the perfect mix of everyday shops, services, parks, schools, coffee shops and eateries, as well as a local pub, a new community library, a market, a gallery and a sports arena. A new transit system is in the works.

Just beyond your own backyard, you can access a variety of activities and destinations all year long. Whatever your interests, you’ll find golf courses, nature trails, conservation areas, beaches and ski hills. Or, you may enjoy boating, windsurfing and biking. A selection of fine dining options, pubs, big box shopping, boutiques, galleries and theatre can be found in Collingwood, Blue Mountain, Wasaga Beach, Creemore or Barrie. From Stayner, commuting to the Greater Toronto Area is a breeze.

Briarwood set out to create a community that was not only affordable, but one that inspired a greater appreciation for life. At Ashton Meadows, they’ve considered all of those advantages, along with a whole lot more, for much less.

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South Georgian Bay, where the living is easy

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South Georgian Bay, where the living is easy

By Cece M. Scott cecescott.com

The south Georgian Bay area includes Collingwood, Stayner and Wasaga Beach, as well as some of the most popular destinations and four-season activities in Ontario. Less than two hours from Toronto, you can experience music festivals, farmers’ markets, beer tastings, hiking, golfing, swimming, skiing – and even Elvis sightings.

Annual Elvis Festival in Collingwood : Photography, South Georgian Bay Tourism

Summer Lovin’

The Blue Mountain and Collingwood areas are popular with hikers, mountain bikers, SUP (stand up paddle) boarders and golf lovers. The semiprivate, Cranberry Golf Resort (now known as Living Stone Golf Resort), is the first golf course appointed to the Audubon Society certified course list. It also won the Environmental Stewardship Award. The resort includes an outdoor swimming pool, a hotel, condominium suites, restaurants and shopping.

Blue Mountain Village : Photography, Blue Mountain Resort

Golfers can also head to Wasaga Beach to tee off at the The Links at Georgian Sands, followed by a stroll (and maybe a swim) along Wasaga’s 14-kilometre white sand beach.

Wasaga Beach, has long been touted as one of Ontario’s premier tourist destinations, and is the world’s longest freshwater beach. It really is a beach-inspired town with picture worthy views of Georgian Bay, sparkling clean water, and people of all ages enjoying this water-side town in their swim wear and flip flops.

Close by, is the legendary Nottawasaga River, which is great for fishing, and has sparked the odd tale about the one that got away.

From Farm To Table

Downtown Collingwood’s Farmers’ Market opens on Saturday, May 18th. Thornbury’s market opens on Sunday, May 19th; Meaford’s market on Friday, June 7th; and the new Lowell’s market is to open on Wednesday, June 5th. Get your fill of fresh vegetables, homemade crafts, freshly popped kettle corn, handcrafted signs, unique jewelry and sumptuous baked goods.

Stanyner’s ‘Music Market & Park It’ begins on the 6th of June, and is a weekly celebration of food, live music, local vendors, artists and entertainment for the kids. Classic trucks and cars are also on display.

Lodging and shops at Blue Mountain Village

Something For Everyone

A favourite pastime for many, is people watching. Sit yourself down in one of the colourful Muskoka chairs, hand painted by local artists, that are positioned along Collingwood’s downtown streets, and are part of the town’s Art on the Street installation (May 18th to October 2nd).

If you are an outdoor enthusiast, try hiking, biking or cross-country skiing the 35-kilometre Georgian Trail, which offers magnificent views of Georgian Bay and Blue Mountain as it winds its way through Collingwood, and the neighbouring towns of Thornbury and Meaford.

Scenic Caves Nature Adventures, Photography by Image Ontario

The Blue Mountains, known as such, because of the ever-present eucalyptus trees whose leaves expel a fine mist of natural oils that oft-times appear as a blue mist on the horizon, is a favourite for downhill skiers. More than 40 trails are available over 364 skiable acres. Après skiing, spend time at Blue Mountain Village (Ontario’s largest mountain village resort) known for its eclectic shopping and dining options.

The menu at Twist Martini Restaurant and Lounge is influenced by classic French cuisine – showcasing the freshest of ingredients, as well as an extensive martini and wine list.

The mediterranean-inspired Tholos Restaurant, is owned by Crete native, Tholos. Here, you’ll enjoy an authentic, interactive experience that includes Greek dancing, as well as the Greek tradition of plate smashing.

There are some great shops in the village, including GO FISH GO, which showcases quirky, one-of-a-kind items – from home decor to Read Canoe clothing. At Brights Gallery, you can peruse original works of art by Canadian artists in a relaxed setting.

Rejuvenate your weary bones at the Scandinave Spa at Blue. Soak in the relaxing baths, while taking in the panoramic views of the escarpment – the perfect prescription for spiritual and physical wellness.

Scandinave Spa, Photography by JoAnn McHardy

Dates To Remember

Stayner will be rocking during their three-day Roxodus Music Festival from July 11th to 13th. Featured talent includes, Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Peter Frampton, Cheap Trick, Blondie, Billy Idol, I Mother Earth, Alice Cooper and Honeymoon Suite.

The Collingwood Elvis Festival is celebrating its 25th Anniversary from July 26th to the 28th.

Photo by South Georgian Bay Tourism

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Georgian International: Creating remarkable communities

Georgian International – creating remarkable communities

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Georgian International – creating remarkable communities

One of the hallmarks of Georgian International‘s success is the unique approach the company brings to each project. As a result, it is known for some of the most exceptional and desirable communities, such as the award-winning Braestone in Horseshoe Valley, and Windfall and Mountain House in the Blue Mountains.

Mountain House at Windfall

Bridging the gap between wild and wondrous, Mountain House at Windfall is exactly what you’d imagine chalet living at Blue Mountain to be like. This exclusive mountain community was created slope-side, over a sprawling 10 acres, in the centre of nature’s four-season playground. In addition, it’s just minutes away from the shops of Blue Mountain Village, the beaches of Georgian Bay, the historic Town of Collingwood and some of Ontario’s most compelling natural attractions.

A way of life

The private, club-like, four-season amenity facility takes Mountain House to the next level. Escape to Zephyr Springs, the community’s own Nordic spa-inspired space. Here, you can soak up the gorgeous views of the mountains, while you unwind in the sauna, hot and cold pools, and the source pool. The relaxation and fitness room, as well as the extensive landscaped lounge area, are perfect for yoga, stretching, reading or quiet reflection. The Après Lodge is a secluded social space that features conversation areas – perfect for meeting up with friends and family. There’s also an outdoor, wood burning fireplace, a bike tune-up and parking area.

It’s all in the details

Authentic, gas-fired lanterns will welcome you home. Inspired by the surrounding forests and mountains, the stone accents and heavy timber frames are natural architectural enhancements on the 12 buildings that make up Mountain House. A total of 230 suites range in size from 675 to 1,150 sq. ft., and start from low $300,000s. Each unit includes a well-designed contemporary kitchen and a spacious private terrace. High-end features and finishes complement an elegant mountain lifestyle.

Now’s the time

Mountain House is the ideal location to enjoy nature year-round. And while many people desire this type of lifestyle, the ongoing maintenance required throughout the seasons is a deterrent. Here, all of your available time is spent doing the things that you want to do – from the exhilarating to the sublime. Finish off a perfect day of hiking, skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing, golfing or swimming by laying back in the warmth of the Nordic baths – extra magical during the winter months. Mountain House was recently awarded Project of the Year by the Simcoe County Home Builders’ Association. Construction is well underway, and due to popular demand, Georgian International is poised to release its second of three phases.

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The natural wonders of Collingwood

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The natural wonders of Collingwood

By Cece M. Scott cecescott.com

Incorporated as a town in 1858, Collingwood became a shipping hub for products that were destined for the upper Great Lakes ports of Chicago and Thunder Bay. For more than a century, shipbuilding was the town’s main industry. In 1986 the shipyards were closed, and the waterfront is now a revered leisure destination.

Bring it on

Located on the southern end of Georgian Bay, Collingwood is the gateway to the Blue Mountains, where skiing, snowboarding, shopping and fine dining offer the best that winter has to offer.

Blue Mountain is Ontario’s largest village resort, just 90 minutes north of Toronto and 11 kilometres west of Collingwood. There are 43 ski and snowboard trails, 365 skiable acres and a vertical drop of 720 feet. At the base of the mountain, The Village features more than 45 distinctive restaurants, bars and retail shops. Along with the popular Scandinave Spa, visitors can also enjoy the village’s two onsite spas.

Off-hill winter activities include tennis, the aquatic centre, snowshoeing, and new Woodview Mountaintop Skating Trail at the top of Blue.

With the growing popularity of Winter Fat Biking, mountain bikers can now spin their wheels all year long. Fat bikes use tires that are inflated with less air pressure, which make navigating through snowy terrain a fun way to improve balance and strengthen winter legs.

WHET YOUR WHISTLE

The Whiskylicious festival, running from Feb. 1 to 12, is a whiskey-infused celebration of local food. The outdoor ice bars and culinary pairings are inspired by Collingwood Whiskey – a toasted, Maplewood-finished Canadian blend. Located in the downtown core, the festival is a showcase of signature chef dishes, music, arts and brewers.

It’s the 10th anniversary of the The Apple Pie Trail – and apple pie is just the beginning. Inspired by South Georgian Bay’s applegrowing history, the mighty apple is celebrated with a culinary adventure trail, farms, shopping and local experiences.

Take the five-kilometre trek across southern Ontario’s longest suspension footbridge, and through the trails of Scenic Caves Nordic Centre.

SUMMER THRILLS

The distinctive shoreline and blue waters of Georgian Bay, mixed with the area’s rich marine history, are natural highlights for all types of boaters.

The Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster (Ontario’s first) is a one-km ride through the Niagara Escarpment’s diverse terrain. Drivers can reach an exhilarating 42 kilometres per hour.

Popular golf courses in the area include the 18-hole, par 71 Duntroon Highlands Golf Club, which offers spectacular vistas of Collingwood, Stayner and Blue, as well as the Blue Mountain Golf & Country Club, The Georgian Bay Club and Batteaux Creek Golf Club.

STROLLIN’ ALONG

With 60 kilometres of four-season, well-marked, multi-use trails, touring around Collingwood is perpetually pleasurable. The downtown core is jam-packed with trendy clothing stores, spas, galleries, fine dining, artisan cafes, live music venues, pubs and bars, in addition to dozens of art galleries and studios. Colourful panels and murals are creative reminders of Collingwood’s historical past, spanning more than two centuries.

Visitors and residents are passionate about the The Good Food Stroll – a walking or biking tour that showcases Collingwood’s love affair with food. Much is sourced from local farmers, and includes restaurant pit stops, cafes, specialty food outlets, food markets, cafes and sweet shops.

THE SPIRITS OF COLLINGWOOD

The soil and unique climate associated with this region are key elements in the making of the distinctive wine at Georgian Hills Vineyards. During the winter, visitors can snowshoe through the vineyards and enjoy artisanal cheeses and a glass of wine after their trek.

Collingwood’s craft breweries, include Northwinds Brewhouse & Kitchen, The Collingwood Brewery and Side Launch Brewing Company Inc. (named for the town’s shipbuilding industry).

Meaford is the heart of Ontario’s apple country. Stayner and Thornbury, a short drive from Collingwood, offer eclectic variations of the small town experience, and numerous pick-yourown farms en-route.

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EDITOR'S CHOICE: Georgian International

Georgian International creating remarkable communities in the Blue Mountains

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Georgian International creating remarkable communities in the Blue Mountains

Award-winning Braestone in Horseshoe Valley and Windfall and Mountain House in the Blue Mountains, by Georgian International, are among Ontario’s most exceptional and desirable projects.

MOUNTAIN HOUSE

It’s time to take your place in the ongoing story of a best seller. A new chapter has unfolded at Blue with Mountain House at Windfall. This exclusive mountain community was created over a sprawling 10 acres, slope-side, in the centre of nature’s four-season playground. Just minutes away from the shops of Blue Mountain Village, the beaches of Georgian Bay, the historic Town of Collingwood and some of Ontario’s most compelling natural attractions, Mountain House offers Blue Mountain chalet living as it was meant to be.

Authentic gas-fired lanterns will welcome you home. You’ll appreciate the natural stone accents and heavy timber frames of the 12 buildings that make up Mountain House, which are inspired by the surrounding forests and mountains. Inside the 230 suites you’ll find gleaming modern kitchens, spacious private terraces, and high-end features and finishes to complement your elegant mountain lifestyle.

What makes Mountain House truly an escape though, is the private club-like four-season amenity facility. At Zephyr Springs, the community’s own Nordic spa-inspired space, you can soak up the gorgeous views of the mountains while you unwind in the sauna, hot and cold pools and source pool. The relaxation and fitness room and extensive landscaped lounge area are the perfect place for yoga, stretching, reading or quiet reflection. The Après Lodge is a secluded social space where family and neighbours can connect, featuring conversation seating, an outdoor wood-burning fireplace and a bike tune-up and parking area. At Mountain House, wellness isn’t a buzzword; it’s a way of life.

Explore Mountain House now and witness how you can live in nature year-round without the heavy lifting of home maintenance. Envision all of the incredible adventures to come from the exhilarating to the sublime – hiking, skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing, golfing and swimming to laying back in the warmth of the Nordic baths surrounded by snow. Simply magical.

Construction is well underway with Georgian International working to release its second of three phases this year due to strong demand. Units range from 675 to 1,150 square feet and start from low $300,000s.

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Mountain House at Windfall

Mountain House at Windfall: The newest development by Georgian International

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Mountain House at Windfall: The newest development by Georgian International

Get everything that you want in chalet living, but without the maintenance or upkeep.

Inspired by chalet-style architecture, Mountain House includes an exclusive collection of modern suites near the foothills of Blue Mountain and right next door to Scandinave Spa.

Developed by the multi-faceted company, Georgian International, this exclusive mountain community consists of 12 buildings set on ten magnificent acres in the heart of Ontario’s four-season playground. Mountain House is just minutes away from Blue Mountain Village, Georgian Bay, the historic Town of Collingwood and some of Ontario’s most compelling natural attractions.

COMPLEMENTARY STYLING

Georgian International has always been focused on adopting new construction methods and creating unique communities. Authentic gas lanterns are a welcoming addition on the front of the main building at Mountain House. Stone accents and heavy timber frames, as well as the use of natural materials throughout, pay homage to the surrounding forests and mountains. The architectural styling of this development is strongly rooted in historical traditions, but includes the finest in 21st century amenities.

WELLNESS IS A WAY OF LIFE

The enclave of residences at Mountain House are designed around an exclusive amenity area, along with gorgeous views of the impressive Blue Mountains. A chalet-inspired building is the perfect location for workshops, group gatherings and social events. Residents benefit from on-site activities like a connecting trail system (right outside their door), as well as bike repair stations, an outdoor wood burning fireplace, and so much more.

The undisputed perquisite of Mountain House, is that it includes its very own pool and spa-inspired space, called Zephyr Springs. Comprised of a sauna, relaxation and fitness rooms, hot and cold pools, as well as a large landscaped lounge area, residents can soak up the health benefits of a nordic bath circuit, along with hydrotherapy, every day of the week.

SUMPTUOUS SUITES

This low-rise neighbourhood consists of 12 two-, three- and four-storey buildings. One-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus loft, and three-bedroom suites are available – all with a private outdoor terrace. Buyers can select from superior standard features, or choose from upgraded interior design packages that coordinate interior finishes like flooring, cabinetry, countertops and lighting.

Units range from 675 to 1,150 square feet, and range from the low $300,000s to the low $400,000s. Phase 1 was just released this year, and the response has been amazing. At Mountain House at Windfall you get everything that you want in chalet living, but without the maintenance or upkeep.

Construction is well underway at Mountain House, and Georgian International is poised to release the second of three phases later this year, due to popular demand.

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705-293-0954

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